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Having problems undoing front sprocket ! Would it be left-hand thread Also cant get socket on very far do i need a special socket as its got two different sizes 27mm on first part of nut and 32mm on rear part of the same nut

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There should be a bent washer over the nut to stop it from turning. Have a good look.
Flatten the bent washer with a flat cold chisel, gently, as you need it again! Put the bike in top gear to hold the sprocket and use a spanner 27mm to undo the nut. It is a clockwise thread.
When you put a sprocket back on, don't forget the bent washer and a drop of Loctite Threadlock will help to hold it on.

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